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Doe Boy is a “Street Nigga Too” in latest visual

The Cleveland rapper goes in over Zaytoven’s production for his latest.

Doe Boy
Doe Boy
Video screenshot/Mario Austin

Last year, Doe Boy teamed up with Southside to release Demons R Us, a 19-track offering with additional assistance from Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Chief Keef, Young Nudy, 42 Dugg, Babyface Ray, Swae Lee, and Trippie Redd. Since then, the Cleveland emcee has continued to drop off top quality cuts like “COVID-19,” “Mini Draco,” “NCAA” with Veeze, “Muggin” with Key Glock and Kenny Muney, “Mr. Postman,” and “Lowkey” — the last of which reunited Doe Boy with Lil Uzi.

This month, he keeps that momentum going with “Street Nigga Too,” which sees him rapping over a Zaytoven instrumental about maintaining his status in the streets:

“I done looked him in his eyes, knew he wasn’t gon’ blow, I’m fly, know damn well that I wasn’t no hoe, I don’t hold conversation ‘less you talkin’ ‘bout choppas, bitch I really bring it, I don’t talk about drama, long lift up him if we talkin’ bout problems, I done really robbed rappers and I ain’t talkin’ bout Sada/”

In addition to “Street Nigga Too,” the Freebandz artist also recently dropped a single titled “1 Of 1,” a more laid-back vibe that sees him delivering more of his hard-hitting subject matter over production from Sledgren. All-in-all, it’s hopeful that the new music will need to a new body of work soon.

In a recent interview with REVOLT, Doe Boy told a story of how “Mini Vans” earned him a co-sign from this entity’s own founder:

“That moment when I was at Diddy’s house, I knew I was on. When I really looked around, man what the fuck am I doing in here? It’s crazy, what? P. Diddy sent me his address and told me to pull up to his house, stop playing. Shit crazy.

Press play on both Doe Boy’s “Street Nigga Too” and “1 Of 1” below.

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